Research security is under increased scrutiny by governments and funders across the world. In the US, we see provisions for research security in the Chips and Science Act of 2022 and the proposed NSPM-33 program requirements. Non-compliance can mean fines, penalties, reputational damage and the potential loss of stakeholder trust and funding.

Universities in the US are increasingly taking proactive measures to assess institutional risks and verify disclosures. In this webinar, we show how Dimensions Research Security, built on over 5 years of experience working with research security professionals, can integrate seamlessly into research security workflows, and provide examples of how you can make the most of Dimensions, the world’s largest linked global research information database. 

You’ll see how to quickly and efficiently conduct critical tasks for assessing risk: 

  • Understand the scope of your institution’s collaborations across publications, funding, clinical trials, and IP
  • Identify potential risks,  prioritize research security resources, and outreach
  • Verify disclosures and discover other affiliations used by your researchers
  • Conduct thorough due diligence checks on potential PIs and collaborators

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